If your idea of a good read is a story to help you your mind unwind, then try The Big Four by one of the world’s greatest mystery authors, Agatha Christie.
This novel is a change from her usual storyline. While it is a Hercule Poirot novel, it involves an organization of world dominance—without giving away any spoilers, I will leave it at that.
Christie was a very prolific writer, penning more than 60 novels. The Hennepin County Library catalog states she has sold over one billion novels in English and another one billion in 44 other languages.
Her titles include And Then There were None, Murder on the Orient Express and Mystery of the Blue Train. Many of her stories have been made into movies or TV series, which are available online for viewing.
Mystery Solved: Who is Mary Westmacott? She is Christie’s pseudonym under which she penned six novels.
–Beth Lang, Hennepin County Library–Maple Grove